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Pauline's Perry Potpourri
Hospitalized: Bill Chapman,
Doris Clay, Johnny Brewer, Louise
Williams (Bess Edwards’ friend),
Raymond Smith (D. Thames
brother-in-law), Larry Wagoner,
Rea Goode, O. J. Kiser, Marion
Leaptrot (Nell Woodruffs sister-in
law), Mary Prickett (Diana
Yarbrough’s friend), Millie Mealor,
Hazel Roberts, Wanda King,
Connie (Mrs. Terrell) Nelson
(friend of Pauline Lewis and Rachel
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Recuperating at Home: Carlene
Howze, Carole Bloodworth, Bill
Chambless, Lindsey Bell, John and
Leila Clifton, Muriel Akin, Mary
Duggan, Kim Nall, Tina Davidson,
Wister “Bud” Williams, Alice
Connell, Thelma Walton, Judy
Poss, Kathryn Leaptrod (Nell
Woodruff’s sister-in-law), Charis
Schemm (Christina Yarbrough’s
friend), Barbara Green (Bill Green’s
brother), Roselyn Mullen (Marie
Lewis’s mother), Mary Julia
Fowler (Rosemari Patterson’s
mother). W. O. Stewart (Joe’s
grandfather), Sheldon Shelton
(Frank Shelton’s grandson). Korrie
Kice (Janet Modrell’s niece), Gerald
Pounds (H. A. Gleaton’s friend),
Maxine Forehand (S. Talton’s
mother), Dolly Long (Tommy’s
mother), George Gonzalez (friend
of Joaquin Gonzalez), Dr. Jess
Hendley, Martha Collins (James
Long’s sister) and Opal McMillan.
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Sympathy is Extended:
-To the family of Earl F. Lewis,
who died on Nov. 22, 1994.
-To Vernon Saxon and family
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upon the recent death of his sister.
-To wife, Joyce Gardner Cannon,
Eatonton, Ga.; children, Randy
Cannon, Perry, Denise Adams,
Kathleen, and Tracy Alfano,
Tampa, Fla.; sister, Corine
Hamsley, Hayneville, Ga.; and five
grandchildren, upon the death of
Robert Lee “Bobby" Cannon on
Nov. 28, 1994.
-To Betty Seago and Helen
Wilson, both of Perry, and other
relatives, upon the death of their
mother, Mary Elizabeth Schultz
Layman of Unadilla on Saturday,
Nov. 26, 1994.
-To the family and friends of Mary
K. Stone of Perry upon her death
on Friday, Nov. 25, 1994.
-To the family of Tom Adams
upon the death of his father.
-To Gordon Grimm and his
familly upon the death of his father.
-To the family of Gertrude Baggett
Greer upon her death on Friday,
Dec. 2, 1994.
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-To Willie and Victoria (Tunstall)
Peoples of Kathleen upon the birth
of their daughter, Kianna Audria on
Nov. 9, 1994.
- Helen and George Winfred Law
who celebrated their 25th wedding
anniversary on Nov. 13, 1994.
-To Marine Pvt. Dewayne E.
Hudgens, son of Tomme I. and
Maggie M. Hudgens of Perry, who
has completed recruit training at
Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris
Island, S. C.. He is a 1994
graduate of Perry High School.
_To Air Force Sgt. Stanley Q
Fairchild, who has arrived for duty
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at Osan Air Force Base, Songtan,
South Korea. Fairchild, a security
specialist, is the son of Stuart W.
Fairchild of Perry. He is a 1985
graduate of Perry High School.
-To Dr. Dudley Christie, Brian
Bowen and Larry Walker, featured
in an article, “Perry Optometrist
chairs cellular phone venture in
Usbekistan,” in Macon Telegraph’s
Business Plus, Monday, Nov. 28.
-To Mrs. Ruth Taylor of
Clinchfield, a former community
reporter to The Houston Home
Journal, who will celebrate her 90th
birthday with a reception at
Clinchfield Presbyterian Church on
Sunday, Dec. 4, 1994, from 2 - 4
p.m., given by her children. No
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Bits and Pieces:
“M” Mobilization Night for
Discipleship Training was held
Monday, Nov. 28, 7 p.m., Oakland
Baptist Church, 1509 Russell
Parkway, Warner Robins. Rev.
Waldo Woodcock, Director,
Discipleship Training Dept.,
Georgia Baptist Convention, was
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Butler Brown prints of the Perry
United Methodist Church are in.
They are available at the gallery,
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-To Kelli Harold of Perry, recipient
of a Governor's Scholarship for
study at Berry College, who
received congratulations from
Governor Zell Miller
-To Jennifer Gladu, recipient of a
Governor's Scholarship for study at
the Georgia Institute of
Technology, who received
congratulations from Governor Zell
-To Jane Perry, of Perry, a very
talented music teacher who is deaf,
and who was featured in Bill Boyd's
column in The Macon Telegraph.
- To James R. McLeod of Perry,
80, and Mary Faulk of Perry, 87,
featured in the 75-and-Over Happy
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Bits and Pieces:
Virginia Bryant had as her recent
guests her children and their
families: Kenny and Beverly Bryant
and children Layne and Kenny from
Perry; Donna, Pat and Patrick
from Atlanta; David Bryant and
children, Blair and Blake from
Atlanta; Jenny, Scott and their five
children, Jonathan, Mary Beth,
Erica, Jessica and Benjamin; her
brother, Raymond "Pete" and
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Yarbrough new president of
Georgia Baptist Convention
By Pauline lewis
Winning by the narrow margin of
34 votes, Perry First Baptist Pastor
Dr. John O. Yarbrough has become
the new President of the Georgia
Baptist Convention for a one-year
The conservative Perry pastor re
ceived 2,566 votes as compared to
moderate pastor of Albany's First
Baptist Church's Rev. James
Ramsey’s 2,532 votes. The
president is elected by messengers
(delegates) from the churches within
the state, representing 1.2 million
plus Georgia Baptists.
Dr. main goal for the state
convention is to emphasize
evangelism. "We don't really need
new programs. We just need to
motivate people to work with the
ones we have."
Yarbrough, a native of Atlanta,
was licensed in 1966 and ordained
in 1970. He has been married to
Diane Henry Yarbrough for 25
years. They have two children-
Christina, affiliated with
Impressions in Perry, a graduate of
the University of Georgia with a
degree in marketing; and a son,
Joseph, a student at Macon
Asked how his new office will
affect his pastorate, Yarbrough said,
"It will focus a lot of attention on
our church, and adds a
responsibility to our church. We
can be an example of a caring,
evangelistic church-one of
cooperation and involvement. We
will be in the spotlight.
"Our convention does have differ-
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ences but they are not divisive. We
can disagree without being disagree
able. We will strive for unity,
stressing evangelism. Our priorities
also include good family churches
throughout the Georgia Baptist
Yarbrough continued. " We voted
at the Georgia Baptist Convention
to come to Perry in 1996, bringing
5000 plus into the city at the
"The Georgia Baptist Family is
coming to our house - we want to
be ready to serve them."
Of his election, Yarbrough said,
"It is an honor I never expected in
years past that I would ever have
the opportunity to have. But, I
accept it as a responsibility, and I
give God all the Glory and know
that it is only another opportunity
to serve Him. I am looking forward
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